Andrew Imbrie Dayton
Andrew Imbrie Dayton co-authored The House That War Minister Built (Octavio Books, September 2011) with his wife, Elahe Talieh Dayton, and is a contributing editor for The Washington Independent Review of Books. He received his undergraduate degree at Princeton, and advanced doctoral degrees at the University of Pennsylvania, in Philadelphia. He subsequently did postdoctoral studies at Harvard and now lives in the Washington, DC area. He has previously published short fiction in the Potomac Review.
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8 entries by Andrew Imbrie Dayton
Where the Moon Isn’t: A Novel
By Nathan Filer
In this heart-wrenching debut, a troubled misfit carries the guilt of a childhood mistake.
Forbidden love and the search for redemption drive this compelling debut novel.